Watch Guide: A Weekend Full Of Top Internationals

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Whether we're talking about hemispheric bragging rights or the celebration of a war hero, this weekend is a big one for international rugby.

Who's The New Boss?

Eddie Jones won a World Championship with Australia, and then led Japan to a famous World Cup win over South Africa. Now he is looking to beat both of those teams while at the helm of England. 

The last two games for England have been one-pointers (win over South Africa, and loss to New Zealand). Now the Roses look to take on Japan, and should be heavily favored. Except Japan doesn't care who's favored.

Watch Live Saturday 9AM CT

Can You Have A Six-Star General?

What they say is, if you could, General John J. Pershing would have been one. A hero as the leader of the US Armed Forces in World War I, and a hero to the Romanian people as well, Pershing helped organize a rugby game post-war between the USA and Romania, and so now these countries play for the Pershing Cup.

It's a rivalry almost 100 years old, and is reborn in Bucharest.

Watch Live Saturday 6AM CT

Time To Make A Statement

Is Scotland ready to pull an Ireland and move to the very upper echelon? To do that, the Scots need to beat South Africa in what is a huge clash for both nations.

Watch Live Saturday at 11:20AM CT

These Guys Have A Different Word For Everything

Sometimes it's easy to overlook the non English-speaking rugby nations. Try is Essai, or Essayo. Hooker is Taloneur. It's weird, right? France almost beat South Africa last week and is looking for a victory to turn the momentum around with the World Cup looming in 2019.

Argentina still remembers beating France twice in the 2007 Rugby World Cup, which was in France, and would dearly love to do it again. But is the Pumas' traditional strength, the scrum, fading?

Watch Live Saturday at 2:05PM CT

Race For #2?

Who is the 2nd-best women's team in the world? Yes, we know New Zealand is #1, but #2? Well, maybe our money is on France, but it could also be England or Canada. And guess what? We've got England vs Canada right here.

Watch Live Sunday at 8AM CT

WPL Teams Look To Build On Cracking Start

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Round 2 of the WPL season gets underway with three matches on Saturday, and one more on Sunday. 

Weekend Watch Guide: Two Massive NH Tests

It's week three of the Summer Test Series, and this weekend teams will look to ramp it up a notch.

Sirker, Prem 7s Breakout, Eyes Place In Wasps XV

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For young, up-and-coming players in England, the Premiership 7s is a primetime showcase to demonstrate their skills, abilities, and athleticism in front of upper management. 

Scotland Fans Have Faith--Poll

Scotland can turn it around at Murrayfield — or so FloRugby fans think.

Gold Happy With Eagles Despite Forced Personnel Changes

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USA Men's 15s head coach Gary Gold is feeling pretty good about his team's performance in the Pacific Nations Cup as he looks ahead to the final Summer Test Series game with Canada, and then the World Cup in Japan.

France Lineup For Scotland Rematch

Jacques Brunel has named his team for Saturday's rematch with Scotland at Murrayfield in the buildup to World Cup 2019.

Schmidt Gives Byrne Chance To Book World Cup Ticket

Ross Byrne has the chance to book his place on the plane to Japan for the Rugby World Cup as he starts at flyhalf for Ireland in their Summer Test Series clash with England on Saturday.

Jones Bringing In The Big Guns For Ireland Clash

Only two games stand between England and their first World Cup 2019 encounter. 

Center Te'o Joins Toulon As World Cup Cover After England Snub

England center Ben Te'o has joined Top 14 club Toulon as a Rugby World Cup cover, the French side announced on Wednesday.

Townsend Makes Wholesale Changes For France Rematch

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Scotland coach Gregor Townsend retained just one player, fullback Stuart Hogg, in the starting XV for Saturday's Test with France as the side bid to rebound from their 32-3 pasting by the French last weekend.